Report: Lakers, Clippers Vote To End Season Following BoycottThey were the only two teams to do so, with every other team voting in favor of continuing to play, according to the report.
Basketball Fans To Come Together Virtually For NBA Games Through Artificial IntelligenceThe NBA is hoping to closely replicate the energy of a live game experience through artificial intelligence.
James' Layup Late Lifts Lakers Past Clippers, 103-101Anthony Davis scored 34 points, James had the go-ahead basket with 12.8 seconds left and the Lakers moved closer to clinching the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference playoffs by topping the Los Angeles Clippers 103-101 on Thursday night.
'We Gotta Keep This Going': Magic Johnson Happy To See Peaceful Protests, Calls For ChangeLakers legend turned Los Angeles businessman Magic Johnson sat down for a one-on-one with CBS2 Sports Director Jim Hill.
Report: NBA Commissioner Adam Silver Targets July 31 For Season RestartThe return of pro basketball moved closer to reality Friday after the NBA signaled a potential date of July 31 for games to resume.
Pro Sports In June? Newsom Signals Possible Reopening For NBA, NHLCalifornia could begin holding sporting events without fans by early June if current trends in COVID-19 data continue, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday.
Top Recruit Daishen Nix Spurns UCLA For New LA G-League TeamHis one-year contract is expected to be around $300,000.
Players May Return To NBA Practice Facilities On May 8, Lakers Take Extra Coronavirus PrecautionsThe Los Angeles Lakers reached out to Los Angeles city officials to discuss the possibility of reopening its El Segundo facility on May 8 — a week before the state’s stay-at-home order is set to expire.
LeBron: No 'Closure If We Do Not Finish This Season'The Lakers superstar initially expressed reluctance about playing games in empty arenas, now he's up for anything that's safe and smart.
Staples Center Donates Food To Homeless Services Amid Event SuspensionsStaples Center has donated more than 7,000 pounds of food to homeless services organizations after a long list of NBA events have been suspended in response to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a tweet Friday night.
Coronavirus In Los Angeles: Professional Athletes Largely Quiet About PandemicThe LA sports Twitter-sphere, outside of bland comments from LeBron James and Mike Trout, remains quiet in the face of coronavirus-induced delays.